Glaxo Quotes

Hernan Ronsino
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That’s when I begin to dream about trains. About trains that run off the tracks. They sway from side to side before they fall. They destroy the tracks. Sparks fly. And then comes the noise, so shrill, just before they halt. So shrill it hurts your teeth. It moves you.
-- Vardemann (Part I)

Importance: Vardemann describes his dreams about trains being derailed that begin after the construction workers arrive to work on the train tracks in Glaxo. Although the description functions as a literal description of trains being derailed it also functions as a description of the destruction in Vardemann’s own life brought about by Folcada and Miguelito’s actions, forcing Vardemann’s life off course in a violent and destructive manner.

Then I see Bicho Souza’s son, alone, moving through the rain with a green shotgun, made of plastic, playing at war and facing up at long last to those...
-- Vardemann (Part I)

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